12 January 2016

Western Sahara: Panamanian Party Hails Saharawi Embassy Reopening in Panama

Panama — The International Relations Committee (IRC) of the Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD) in Panama welcomed the reopening of the embassy of SADR in Panama and the resumption of diplomatic relations between the two countries said a public statement released Saturday, a copy of which was obtained by the SPS.

The commission also hailed the resumption of diplomatic relations between Panama and the Saharawi Republic established in May 1979 and suspended in November 2013, the statement added

The party reiterated its traditional and friendly relations and reaffirmed its solidarity with the struggle of the Saharawi people to achieve their inalienable rights to independence, sovereignty, peace and development, concluded the statement.

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